Patent Model - Cover-Fastening for Churns, &c.

Maker and role
Math Davis, Patentee
J. Mister, Patentee
Production date
May 10 1881
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Object detail

Wood, brass, steel
3 7/8 x 4 3/4 x 4 1/4" (9.8 x 12.1 x 10.8cm)
Davis and Mister state that their invention "appertains to fastenings for covers of that class of churns termed 'body-churns,' the action of the body itself, without the aid of a dasher, performing the operation of churning; and it consists in details of construction appertaining more particularly to the method of connecting the cover to and disconnecting it from the vessel or body of the churn, hung by trunnions upon and between uprights, or in an upright frame, with an axle adapted to be revolved by a crank..." (Patent Number 241,310)
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